122 years since it was founded and 90 years since the BBC took over the running, financing and broadcasting of the world’s largest classical music festival, the BBC Proms today announces its 2017 season.
Major cultural organisations from across the UK are coming together in a way never seen before to inspire new audiences and enhance the UK’s position as a global creative force.
After being forced to commute together in a supermarket Car Share scheme, assistant manager John Redmond (Peter Kay) and promotions assistant Kayleigh Kitson (Sian Gibson) now find themselves reluctantly having to make the daily commute to work separately.
The Lake District plays host to a contest like no other - a physical and mental competition for humans and their dogs. Eight people who believe they have the ultimate relationship with their canine companions will compete together with their dog.
The BBC today announced a wide range of new on and off screen talent who are making films for BBC Two and BBC Three as well as bringing their expertise to a number of new Factual commissions.
The BBC’s Documentary Directors’ Initiative re-launches as six documentary makers from the scheme’s first year are announced
The BBC’s Documentary Directors’ Initiative, launched in 2016, is to return for a second year, offering six new documentary film makers the opportunity to produce their first long-form docs.
Queers, curated by Mark Gatiss, charts a century of the UK gay experience.
In a brand new six-part series from the makers of The Real Marigold Hotel, five men and five women arrive in Tuscany to see if their dream to make a new start in the Italian countryside can become a reality.
Idris Elba stars in BBC Three’s five by five, a series of short films from new writers, featuring new and established on-screen talent working side by side. Set in London, the five standalone films feature chance encounters between characters which question identity and change perceptions.
The iconic BBC Roath Lock Studios in Cardiff Bay celebrates its fifth birthday this month.
Adventurer and author Simon Reeve is on a journey around Turkey - a land of beauty and extremes, in a unique position at the crossroads between Europe and Asia. In this two-part series for BBC Two, Simon discovers a country undergoing dramatic and fundamental cultural and political changes.
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